Posted by Nydia Streets of Streets Law in South Florida family events**

Happy Summer Solstice! Celebrate the first official days of summer with our South Florida weekend family fun guide.

  • Friday, June 21, 2019

City Kids on the Farm: “Be immersed in Agriculture! Make seed necklaces, a “SALSA” garden, learn about animal care, horse grooming and other ag related activities. Step back in time and enjoy old-fashioned games, candle making, blacksmithing and more. Other activities include fishing clinics, water play, clogging, and even baking in a hand-made oven! Stop by the Military exhibit located in the Bink Glisson Museum and write a letter to a soldier. We’ll send it to the Forgotten Soldiers Organization.” For more information, click here .

Teen Tech Day: “Summon your inner Techie and help us create a summer blog/vlog. Record your activities and experiences at the Library to look back on for years to come. Podcasting and other tech-based activities too.” For more information, click here.

  • Saturday, June 22, 2019

Redland Summer Fruit Festival: “Fruit is the unofficial food of summer, because when it’s 95 degrees out with a gazillion percent humidity, pan con lechón doesn’t sound all that appetizing. At the Redland Summer Fruit Festival, you can kick off fruit season with a host of tropical delights. The annual event showcases the best stuff that grows on South Florida’s trees. From local wines to agriculture to the sampling of rare fruits to smoothies and more, it’s a smorgasbord of seasonal sweetness. In addition to the array of rainbow-hued plants, there’ll also be a kids’ area, where little ones can pet farm critters, ride ponies, and participate in a watermelon-eating contest. If you’re going to spend the summer in Miami, you might as well take advantage of the upsides. Admission $10, children 11 and younger get in free.” For more information, click here .

Glow-in-the-Dark Galaxy Painting: “Celebrate the wonders of the universe by painting a galaxy on canvas using acrylic and glow‑in‑the‑dark paint! Materials will be provided. Space is limited. Free. Please contact the branch to register. Ages 8‑15 years.” For more information, click here.

  • Sunday, June 23, 2019

Inclusion Family Running Club: “Free inclusion family running club. You can run, walk, stroll, or just enjoy the outdoors. Run It Out is dedicated to promote healthy life styles, community integration, and self-esteem to its members, while running and having fun with friends and their families. The goal of the program is to motivate individuals to be active, promote fitness and family enjoyment. Program consists of warm ups, cardio, stretching, calisthenics, and social games.” For more information, click here.

Sunday Street Market Festival at Gulfstream Park : “The festival will showcase a variety of local crafters, food trucks, Italian ice, a variety of juices and smoothies, baked goods and kids entertainment. There will also be special visits from well-known characters and music throughout the day. 11 am to 3 pm. Free, call 954-362-9887 for info.”

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